package Text::Diff;

$VERSION = 0.32;

=head1 NAME

Text::Diff - Perform diffs on files and record sets

=head1 SYNOPSIS

    use Text::Diff;

    ## Mix and match filenames, strings, file handles, producer subs,
    ## or arrays of records; returns diff in a string.
    ## WARNING: can return B<large> diffs for large files.
    my $diff = diff "file1.txt", "file2.txt", { STYLE => "Context" };
    my $diff = diff \$string1,   \$string2,   \%options;
    my $diff = diff \*FH1,       \*FH2;
    my $diff = diff \&reader1,   \&reader2;
    my $diff = diff \@records1,  \@records2;

    ## May also mix input types:
    my $diff = diff \@records1,  "file_B.txt";

=head1 DESCRIPTION

C<diff()> provides a basic set of services akin to the GNU C<diff> utility.  It
is not anywhere near as feature complete as GNU C<diff>, but it is better
integrated with Perl and available on all platforms.  It is often faster than
shelling out to a system's C<diff> executable for small files, and generally
slower on larger files.

Relies on L<Algorithm::Diff> for, well, the algorithm.  This may not produce
the same exact diff as a system's local C<diff> executable, but it will be a
valid diff and comprehensible by C<patch>.  We haven't seen any differences
between Algorithm::Diff's logic and GNU diff's, but we have not examined them
to make sure they are indeed identical.

B<Note>: If you don't want to import the C<diff> function, do one of the
following:

   use Text::Diff ();

   require Text::Diff;

That's a pretty rare occurence, so C<diff()> is exported by default.

=cut

use Exporter;
@ISA = qw( Exporter );
@EXPORT = qw( diff );

use strict;
use Carp;
use Algorithm::Diff qw( traverse_sequences );

## Hunks are made of ops.  An op is the starting index for each
## sequence and the opcode:
use constant A       => 0;   # Array index before match/discard
use constant B       => 1;
use constant OPCODE  => 2;   # "-", " ", "+"
use constant FLAG    => 3;   # What to display if not OPCODE "!"


=head1 OPTIONS

diff() takes two parameters from which to draw input and a set of
options to control it's output.  The options are:

=over

=item FILENAME_A, MTIME_A, FILENAME_B, MTIME_B

The name of the file and the modification time "files"

These are filled in automatically for each file when diff() is passed a
filename, unless a defined value is passed in.

If a filename is not passed in and FILENAME_A and FILENAME_B are not provided
or C<undef>, the header will not be printed.

Unused on C<OldStyle> diffs.

=item OFFSET_A, OFFSET_B

The index of the first line / element.  These default to 1 for all
parameter types except ARRAY references, for which the default is 0.  This
is because ARRAY references are presumed to be data structures, while the
others are line oriented text.

=item STYLE

"Unified", "Context", "OldStyle", or an object or class reference for a class
providing C<file_header()>, C<hunk_header()>, C<hunk()>, C<hunk_footer()> and
C<file_footer()> methods.  The two footer() methods are provided for
overloading only; none of the formats provide them.

Defaults to "Unified" (unlike standard C<diff>, but Unified is what's most
often used in submitting patches and is the most human readable of the three.

If the package indicated by the STYLE has no hunk() method, c<diff()> will
load it automatically (lazy loading).  Since all such packages should inherit
from Text::Diff::Base, this should be marvy.

Styles may be specified as class names (C<STYLE => "Foo"), in which case they
will be C<new()>ed with no parameters, or as objects (C<STYLE => Foo->new>).

=item CONTEXT

How many lines before and after each diff to display.  Ignored on old-style
diffs.  Defaults to 3.

=item OUTPUT

Examples and their equivalent subroutines:

    OUTPUT   => \*FOOHANDLE,   # like: sub { print FOOHANDLE shift() }
    OUTPUT   => \$output,      # like: sub { $output .= shift }
    OUTPUT   => \@output,      # like: sub { push @output, shift }
    OUTPUT   => sub { $output .= shift },

If no C<OUTPUT> is supplied, returns the diffs in a string.  If
C<OUTPUT> is a C<CODE> ref, it will be called once with the (optional)
file header, and once for each hunk body with the text to emit.  If
C<OUTPUT> is an L<IO::Handle>, output will be emitted to that handle.

=item FILENAME_PREFIX_A, FILENAME_PREFIX_B

The string to print before the filename in the header. Unused on C<OldStyle>
diffs.  Defaults are C<"---">, C<"+++"> for Unified and C<"***">, C<"+++"> for
Context.

=item KEYGEN, KEYGEN_ARGS

These are passed to L<Algorithm::Diff/traverse_sequences>.

=back

B<Note>: if neither C<FILENAME_> option is defined, the header will not be
printed.  If at one is present, the other and both MTIME_ options must be
present or "Use of undefined variable" warnings will be generated (except
on C<OldStyle> diffs, which ignores these options).

=cut

my %internal_styles = (
    Unified  => undef,
    Context  => undef,
    OldStyle => undef,
    Table    => undef,   ## "internal", but in another module
);

sub diff {
    my @seqs = ( shift, shift );
    my $options = shift || {};

    for my $i ( 0..1 ) {
        my $seq = $seqs[$i];
	my $type = ref $seq;

        while ( $type eq "CODE" ) {
	    $seqs[$i] = $seq = $seq->( $options );
	    $type = ref $seq;
	}

	my $AorB = !$i ? "A" : "B";

        if ( $type eq "ARRAY" ) {
            ## This is most efficient :)
            $options->{"OFFSET_$AorB"} = 0
                unless defined $options->{"OFFSET_$AorB"};
        }
        elsif ( $type eq "SCALAR" ) {
            $seqs[$i] = [split( /^/m, $$seq )];
            $options->{"OFFSET_$AorB"} = 1
                unless defined $options->{"OFFSET_$AorB"};
        }
        elsif ( ! $type ) {
            $options->{"OFFSET_$AorB"} = 1
                unless defined $options->{"OFFSET_$AorB"};
	    $options->{"FILENAME_$AorB"} = $seq
	        unless defined $options->{"FILENAME_$AorB"};
	    $options->{"MTIME_$AorB"} = (stat($seq))[9]
	        unless defined $options->{"MTIME_$AorB"};

            local $/ = "\n";
            open F, "<$seq" or carp "$!: $seq";
            $seqs[$i] = [<F>];
            close F;

        }
        elsif ( $type eq "GLOB" || UNIVERSAL::isa( $seq, "IO::Handle" ) ) {
            $options->{"OFFSET_$AorB"} = 1
                unless defined $options->{"OFFSET_$AorB"};
            local $/ = "\n";
            $seqs[$i] = [<$seq>];
        }
        else {
            confess "Can't handle input of type ", ref;
        }
    }

    ## Config vars
    my $output;
    my $output_handler = $options->{OUTPUT};
    my $type = ref $output_handler ;
    if ( ! defined $output_handler ) {
        $output_handler = sub { $output .= shift };
    }
    elsif ( $type eq "CODE" ) {
        ## No problems, mate.
    }
    elsif ( $type eq "SCALAR" ) {
        my $out_ref = $output_handler;
        $output_handler = sub { $$out_ref .= shift };
    }
    elsif ( $type eq "ARRAY" ) {
        my $out_ref = $output_handler;
        $output_handler = sub { push @$out_ref, shift };
    }
    elsif ( $type eq "GLOB" || UNIVERSAL::isa $output_handler, "IO::Handle" ) {
        my $output_handle = $output_handler;
        $output_handler = sub { print $output_handle shift };
    }
    else {
        croak "Unrecognized output type: $type";
    }

    my $style  = $options->{STYLE};
    $style = "Unified" unless defined $options->{STYLE};
    $style = "Text::Diff::$style" if exists $internal_styles{$style};

    if ( ! $style->can( "hunk" ) ) {
	eval "require $style; 1" or die $@;
    }

    $style = $style->new
	if ! ref $style && $style->can( "new" );

    my $ctx_lines = $options->{CONTEXT};
    $ctx_lines = 3 unless defined $ctx_lines;
    $ctx_lines = 0 if $style->isa( "Text::Diff::OldStyle" );

    my @keygen_args = $options->{KEYGEN_ARGS}
        ? @{$options->{KEYGEN_ARGS}}
        : ();

    ## State vars
    my $diffs = 0; ## Number of discards this hunk
    my $ctx   = 0; ## Number of " " (ctx_lines) ops pushed after last diff.
    my @ops;       ## ops (" ", +, -) in this hunk
    my $hunks = 0; ## Number of hunks

    my $emit_ops = sub {
        $output_handler->( $style->file_header( @seqs,     $options ) )
	    unless $hunks++;
        $output_handler->( $style->hunk_header( @seqs, @_, $options ) );
        $output_handler->( $style->hunk       ( @seqs, @_, $options ) );
        $output_handler->( $style->hunk_footer( @seqs, @_, $options ) );
    };

    ## We keep 2*ctx_lines so that if a diff occurs
    ## at 2*ctx_lines we continue to grow the hunk instead
    ## of emitting diffs and context as we go. We
    ## need to know the total length of both of the two
    ## subsequences so the line count can be printed in the
    ## header.
    my $dis_a = sub {push @ops, [@_[0,1],"-"]; ++$diffs ; $ctx = 0 };
    my $dis_b = sub {push @ops, [@_[0,1],"+"]; ++$diffs ; $ctx = 0 };

    traverse_sequences(
        @seqs,
        {
            MATCH => sub {
                push @ops, [@_[0,1]," "];

                if ( $diffs && ++$ctx > $ctx_lines * 2 ) {
        	   $emit_ops->( [ splice @ops, 0, $#ops - $ctx_lines ] );
        	   $ctx = $diffs = 0;
                }

                ## throw away context lines that aren't needed any more
                shift @ops if ! $diffs && @ops > $ctx_lines;
            },
            DISCARD_A => $dis_a,
            DISCARD_B => $dis_b,
        },
        $options->{KEYGEN},  # pass in user arguments for key gen function
        @keygen_args,
    );

    if ( $diffs ) {
        $#ops -= $ctx - $ctx_lines if $ctx > $ctx_lines;
        $emit_ops->( \@ops );
    }

    $output_handler->( $style->file_footer( @seqs, $options ) ) if $hunks;

    return defined $output ? $output : $hunks;
}


sub _header {
    my ( $h ) = @_;
    my ( $p1, $fn1, $t1, $p2, $fn2, $t2 ) = @{$h}{
        "FILENAME_PREFIX_A",
        "FILENAME_A",
        "MTIME_A",
        "FILENAME_PREFIX_B",
        "FILENAME_B",
        "MTIME_B"
    };

    ## remember to change Text::Diff::Table if this logic is tweaked.
    return "" unless defined $fn1 && defined $fn2;

    return join( "",
        $p1, " ", $fn1, defined $t1 ? "\t" . localtime $t1 : (), "\n",
        $p2, " ", $fn2, defined $t2 ? "\t" . localtime $t2 : (), "\n",
    );
}

## _range encapsulates the building of, well, ranges.  Turns out there are
## a few nuances.
sub _range {
    my ( $ops, $a_or_b, $format ) = @_;

    my $start = $ops->[ 0]->[$a_or_b];
    my $after = $ops->[-1]->[$a_or_b];

    ## The sequence indexes in the lines are from *before* the OPCODE is
    ## executed, so we bump the last index up unless the OP indicates
    ## it didn't change.
    ++$after
        unless $ops->[-1]->[OPCODE] eq ( $a_or_b == A ? "+" : "-" );

    ## convert from 0..n index to 1..(n+1) line number.  The unless modifier
    ## handles diffs with no context, where only one file is affected.  In this
    ## case $start == $after indicates an empty range, and the $start must
    ## not be incremented.
    my $empty_range = $start == $after;
    ++$start unless $empty_range;

    return
        $start == $after
            ? $format eq "unified" && $empty_range
                ? "$start,0"
                : $start
            : $format eq "unified"
                ? "$start,".($after-$start+1)
                : "$start,$after";
}


sub _op_to_line {
    my ( $seqs, $op, $a_or_b, $op_prefixes ) = @_;

    my $opcode = $op->[OPCODE];
    return () unless defined $op_prefixes->{$opcode};

    my $op_sym = defined $op->[FLAG] ? $op->[FLAG] : $opcode;
    $op_sym = $op_prefixes->{$op_sym};
    return () unless defined $op_sym;

    $a_or_b = $op->[OPCODE] ne "+" ? 0 : 1 unless defined $a_or_b;
    return ( $op_sym, $seqs->[$a_or_b][$op->[$a_or_b]] );
}


=head1 Formatting Classes

These functions implement the output formats.  They are grouped in to classes
so diff() can use class names to call the correct set of output routines and so
that you may inherit from them easily.  There are no constructors or instance
methods for these classes, though subclasses may provide them if need be.

Each class has file_header(), hunk_header(), hunk(), and footer() methods
identical to those documented in the Text::Diff::Unified section.  header() is
called before the hunk() is first called, footer() afterwards.  The default
footer function is an empty method provided for overloading:

    sub footer { return "End of patch\n" }

Some output formats are provided by external modules (which are loaded
automatically), such as L<Text::Diff::Table>.  These are
are documented here to keep the documentation simple.

=over

=head2 Text::Diff::Base

Returns "" for all methods (other than C<new()>).

=cut

{
    package Text::Diff::Base;
    sub new         {
        my $proto = shift;
	return bless { @_ }, ref $proto || $proto;
    }

    sub file_header { return "" }
    sub hunk_header { return "" }
    sub hunk        { return "" }
    sub hunk_footer { return "" }
    sub file_footer { return "" }
}


=head2 Text::Diff::Unified

    --- A   Mon Nov 12 23:49:30 2001
    +++ B   Mon Nov 12 23:49:30 2001
    @@ -2,13 +2,13 @@
     2
     3
     4
    -5d
    +5a
     6
     7
     8
     9
    +9a
     10
     11
    -11d
     12
     13

=over

=item file_header

    $s = Text::Diff::Unified->file_header( $options );

Returns a string containing a unified header.  The sole parameter is the
options hash passed in to diff(), containing at least:

    FILENAME_A  => $fn1,
    MTIME_A     => $mtime1,
    FILENAME_B  => $fn2,
    MTIME_B     => $mtime2

May also contain

    FILENAME_PREFIX_A    => "---",
    FILENAME_PREFIX_B    => "+++",

to override the default prefixes (default values shown).

=cut

@Text::Diff::Unified::ISA = qw( Text::Diff::Base );

sub Text::Diff::Unified::file_header {
    shift; ## No instance data
    my $options = pop ;

    _header(
        { FILENAME_PREFIX_A => "---", FILENAME_PREFIX_B => "+++", %$options }
    );
}

=item hunk_header

    Text::Diff::Unified->hunk_header( \@ops, $options );

Returns a string containing the output of one hunk of unified diff.

=cut

sub Text::Diff::Unified::hunk_header {
    shift; ## No instance data
    pop; ## Ignore options
    my $ops = pop;

    return join( "",
        "@@ -",
        _range( $ops, A, "unified" ),
        " +",
        _range( $ops, B, "unified" ),
        " @@\n",
    );
}


=item Text::Diff::Unified::hunk

    Text::Diff::Unified->hunk( \@seq_a, \@seq_b, \@ops, $options );

Returns a string containing the output of one hunk of unified diff.

=cut

sub Text::Diff::Unified::hunk {
    shift; ## No instance data
    pop; ## Ignore options
    my $ops = pop;

    my $prefixes = { "+" => "+", " " => " ", "-" => "-" };

    return join "", map _op_to_line( \@_, $_, undef, $prefixes ), @$ops
}


=back

=head2 Text::Diff::Table

 +--+----------------------------------+--+------------------------------+
 |  |../Test-Differences-0.2/MANIFEST  |  |../Test-Differences/MANIFEST  |
 |  |Thu Dec 13 15:38:49 2001          |  |Sat Dec 15 02:09:44 2001      |
 +--+----------------------------------+--+------------------------------+
 |  |                                  * 1|Changes                       *
 | 1|Differences.pm                    | 2|Differences.pm                |
 | 2|MANIFEST                          | 3|MANIFEST                      |
 |  |                                  * 4|MANIFEST.SKIP                 *
 | 3|Makefile.PL                       | 5|Makefile.PL                   |
 |  |                                  * 6|t/00escape.t                  *
 | 4|t/00flatten.t                     | 7|t/00flatten.t                 |
 | 5|t/01text_vs_data.t                | 8|t/01text_vs_data.t            |
 | 6|t/10test.t                        | 9|t/10test.t                    |
 +--+----------------------------------+--+------------------------------+

This format also goes to some pains to highlight "invisible" characters on
differing elements by selectively escaping whitespace:

 +--+--------------------------+--------------------------+
 |  |demo_ws_A.txt             |demo_ws_B.txt             |
 |  |Fri Dec 21 08:36:32 2001  |Fri Dec 21 08:36:50 2001  |
 +--+--------------------------+--------------------------+
 | 1|identical                 |identical                 |
 * 2|        spaced in         |        also spaced in    *
 * 3|embedded space            |embedded        tab       *
 | 4|identical                 |identical                 |
 * 5|        spaced in         |\ttabbed in               *
 * 6|trailing spaces\s\s\n     |trailing tabs\t\t\n       *
 | 7|identical                 |identical                 |
 * 8|lf line\n                 |crlf line\r\n             *
 * 9|embedded ws               |embedded\tws              *
 +--+--------------------------+--------------------------+

See L</Text::Diff::Table> for more details, including how the whitespace
escaping works.

=head2 Text::Diff::Context

    *** A   Mon Nov 12 23:49:30 2001
    --- B   Mon Nov 12 23:49:30 2001
    ***************
    *** 2,14 ****
      2
      3
      4
    ! 5d
      6
      7
      8
      9
      10
      11
    - 11d
      12
      13
    --- 2,14 ----
      2
      3
      4
    ! 5a
      6
      7
      8
      9
    + 9a
      10
      11
      12
      13

Note: hunk_header() returns only "***************\n".

=cut


@Text::Diff::Context::ISA = qw( Text::Diff::Base );

sub Text::Diff::Context::file_header {
    _header { FILENAME_PREFIX_A=>"***", FILENAME_PREFIX_B=>"---", %{$_[-1]} };
}


sub Text::Diff::Context::hunk_header {
    return "***************\n";
}

sub Text::Diff::Context::hunk {
    shift; ## No instance data
    pop; ## Ignore options
    my $ops = pop;
    ## Leave the sequences in @_[0,1]

    my $a_range = _range( $ops, A, "" );
    my $b_range = _range( $ops, B, "" );

    ## Sigh.  Gotta make sure that differences that aren't adds/deletions
    ## get prefixed with "!", and that the old opcodes are removed.
    my $after;
    for ( my $start = 0; $start <= $#$ops ; $start = $after ) {
        ## Scan until next difference
        $after = $start + 1;
        my $opcode = $ops->[$start]->[OPCODE];
        next if $opcode eq " ";

        my $bang_it;
        while ( $after <= $#$ops && $ops->[$after]->[OPCODE] ne " " ) {
            $bang_it ||= $ops->[$after]->[OPCODE] ne $opcode;
            ++$after;
        }

        if ( $bang_it ) {
            for my $i ( $start..($after-1) ) {
                $ops->[$i]->[FLAG] = "!";
            }
        }
    }

    my $b_prefixes = { "+" => "+ ",  " " => "  ", "-" => undef, "!" => "! " };
    my $a_prefixes = { "+" => undef, " " => "  ", "-" => "- ",  "!" => "! " };

    return join( "",
        "*** ", $a_range, " ****\n",
        map( _op_to_line( \@_, $_, A, $a_prefixes ), @$ops ),
        "--- ", $b_range, " ----\n",
        map( _op_to_line( \@_, $_, B, $b_prefixes ), @$ops ),
    );
}
=head2 Text::Diff::OldStyle

    5c5
    < 5d
    ---
    > 5a
    9a10
    > 9a
    12d12
    < 11d

Note: no file_header().

=cut

@Text::Diff::OldStyle::ISA = qw( Text::Diff::Base );

sub _op {
    my $ops = shift;
    my $op = $ops->[0]->[OPCODE];
    $op = "c" if grep $_->[OPCODE] ne $op, @$ops;
    $op = "a" if $op eq "+";
    $op = "d" if $op eq "-";
    return $op;
}

sub Text::Diff::OldStyle::hunk_header {
    shift; ## No instance data
    pop; ## ignore options
    my $ops = pop;

    my $op = _op $ops;

    return join "", _range( $ops, A, "" ), $op, _range( $ops, B, "" ), "\n";
}

sub Text::Diff::OldStyle::hunk {
    shift; ## No instance data
    pop; ## ignore options
    my $ops = pop;
    ## Leave the sequences in @_[0,1]

    my $a_prefixes = { "+" => undef,  " " => undef, "-" => "< "  };
    my $b_prefixes = { "+" => "> ",   " " => undef, "-" => undef };

    my $op = _op $ops;

    return join( "",
        map( _op_to_line( \@_, $_, A, $a_prefixes ), @$ops ),
        $op eq "c" ? "---\n" : (),
        map( _op_to_line( \@_, $_, B, $b_prefixes ), @$ops ),
    );
}

=head1 LIMITATIONS

Must suck both input files entirely in to memory and store them with a normal
amount of Perlish overhead (one array location) per record.  This is implied by
the implementation of Algorithm::Diff, which takes two arrays.  If
Algorithm::Diff ever offers an incremental mode, this can be changed (contact
the maintainers of Algorithm::Diff and Text::Diff if you need this; it
shouldn't be too terribly hard to tie arrays in this fashion).

Does not provide most of the more refined GNU diff options: recursive directory
tree scanning, ignoring blank lines / whitespace, etc., etc.  These can all be
added as time permits and need arises, many are rather easy; patches quite
welcome.

Uses closures internally, this may lead to leaks on C<perl> versions 5.6.1 and
prior if used many times over a process' life time.

=head1 AUTHOR

Barrie Slaymaker <barries@slaysys.com>.

=head1 COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright 2001, Barrie Slaymaker.  All Rights Reserved.

You may use this under the terms of either the Artistic License or GNU Public
License v 2.0 or greater.

=cut

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